The #WaronWomen is most recently about birth control and whether it should be compulsory for anyone with an incorrect voting record, but Democrats have been confident in their superiority on "women's issues" long before Sandra Fluke testified under oath to her incorrect understanding of Catholic University's policies on contraception. Whether women are having babies, not having babies, having babies at work, not having babies because of work, or not having babies and also not working, Democrats are standing behind them encouraging them to do whatever it takes to register for a government program that will assist them at doing whatever it is they do.
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As Emily tells us with much bemusement, the Obama Administration is denying that Jon "The American People Are Stupid" Gruber had any part in developing Obamacare.
The only problem is that while appearing on CNN today former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney in criticizing Gruber's "hubris" described him someone who "helped to write Obamacare."
The Obama Administration has misled the public so often they can't keep their lies straight anymore.
It would be funny if it wasn't so stupid.
After finishing runner up to Miguel Cabrera for the AL MVP in 2012 and 2013, Mike Trout finally grabbed the brass ring by unanimously winning the 2014 AL MVP. Trout hit .287, belted 36 HR and drove in 111 runs for a resurgent Los Angeles Angels team. Detroit Tigers DH Victor Martinez and Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley were the runners up in the balloting. I suspect this will not be the 23-year old Trout's last MVP trophy.
As widely expected, Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw earned NL MVP honors beating out Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton and Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen, who won the award in 2013. This honor comes the day after winning his third NL Cy Young in four seasons. Kershaw is the first NL pitcher to win both the Cy Young and MVP in the same season since Bob Gibson did so in 1968. This has happened several times in the AL since Denny McLain won both awards in 1968. Vida Blue (1971), Rollie Fingers (1981), Roger Clemens (1986), Dennis Eckersley (1992) and Justin Verlander (2011). No one has ever done it twice. If anyone could pull that off it would be Kershaw.
Last year, Really Big Coloring Books, a pre-eminent coloring book publisher, debuted it's Cruz to the Future coloring book for all of those hardcore Republican pre-schoolers on your list (or, of course, for any liberal family members who needed a more easily-understandable explanation of Cruz's popularity). It was so susccessful, apparently, that Really Big Coloring Books is about to issue a sequel, an eight-page supplement entitled Ted Cruz Saves America.
The children’s coloring book on Ted Cruz was so popular that the publisher is out with an addition.
Ted Cruz Saves America is an eight-page supplement to the original that came out last year by Really Big Coloring Books. Publisher Wayne Bell said the addendum was inspired by the reception to Cruz to the Future, which was the No. 1 best-selling children’s coloring book on Amazon for about 20 weeks.
“This book was so wildly crazy popular,” Bell told USA TODAY. “Some parents consider this man a real superhero.”
Former MLB player and manager Alvin Dark has passed away after a lengthy illness. He was 92.
A native of Louisiana, Dark was a standout athlete at LSU excelling in baseball, football and basketball. However, Dark enlisted in the Marines and would serve in Peking in a non-combat role in the final year of WWII.
Nancy Pelosi has absolutely no idea who this Jonathan Gruber guy is. Never heard of him. Did you mean that short-lived but intensely funny SNL skit, "MacGruber'? She's heard of that. But Jooonaaaathaaaan Gruuuuuberrrr? Isn't ringing any bells.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday tried to downplay comments by an architect of Obamacare, who was caught talking about the “stupidity of the American voter,” by saying she doesn’t even know who he is.
“I don’t know who he is,” she told reporters. “He didn’t help write our bill.”
That's right, America. Our illustrious Defense Secretary, Chuck Hagel, was seriously injured in a fight with a piece of wood.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel might want to stay out of the kitchen for a while.
Hagel showed up Tuesday at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. sporting a huge bandage on his face after a "minor kitchen mishap."
That "mishap" involved a kitchen cabinet, and the cabinet clearly won.
Lucky for the cabinet, it caused no permanent damage. Otherwise, we might have written it a secret letter, asking for it's cooperation in the Middle East.
Jonathan Gruber broke his silence yesterday with an interview on MSNBC, but the "stupidity of the American voter" is still dogging the White House, because while nearly everyone might believe that our representative democracy is run largely by idiots, most people - namely the Democratic voters that helped to pass Obamacare - don't like to hear it said outright. Because, when you think about it, it wasn't really Republican voters he was talking about. None of them were gung-ho about government-administered healthcare, regardless of Gruber's slick comic-book presentation.
Concerning the impending vote on the Keystone Pipeline in the Senate to save Mary Landrieu's job in Louisiana, Ed O'Keefe of The Washington Post writes, "A large showing of Democratic support for the pipeline could complicate the administration’s decision-making process, given the party’s dismal showing at the polls last week."
Does anyone honestly think President Obama gives a damn about Mary Landrieu? Her seat is of no consequence to him now. And since when has Obama cared about what Congress has to say? Every Democrat in the Senate could vote for the Keystone Pipeline and he would still veto it without a second's thought.
Let's consider what our Founder and Editor-in-Chief Bob Tyrrell wrote this morning in his new piece, "The President of No!":
We all know the story by now but it bears worth repeating.
An unearthed video showed MIT economist and Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber speaking of the "stupidity of the American voter" and the "lack of political transparency is a huge political advantage" when it came to passage of Obamacare.
Gruber then did damage control with MSNBC's Ronan Farrow telling him he was "speaking off the cuff" and that he spoke "inappropriately" and expressed "regret" for his remarks.
Of course, it became clear that Gruber didn't regret his remarks, but rather being caught making them.
Indeed, additional videos have shown Gruber saying the "American people are too stupid to understand the difference" and the "lack of economic understanding of the American voter".
If Gruber has called Americans stupid on video twice then there's a good chance he did it third time.
It isn't surprising to hear Gruber's sentiments. It's the kind of language I hear from Cambridge liberals all the time who have contempt for anyone who doesn't think like them.